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Featured Events

Passionate Politics Reading Group

4 June 2015
The next meeting of the Passionate Politics Reading group will discuss excerpts from two novels by the Italian writer Gabriele D’Annunzio, "Le Vergini delle Rocce" ("The Virgins of the Rocks", 1896) and "Il Fuoco" ("The Flame of Life", 1900). More...

Starts: Jun 4, 2015 12:00:00 AM

Mobile Identities

5 June 2015
This conference will bring together Master’s and PhD students from multiple disciplinary backgrounds to discuss the identity politics of contemporary migration, with specific reference to how notions of gender, sexuality and agency shape understandings of this evolving field. More...

Starts: Jun 5, 2015 12:00:00 AM

Reforming the Eurozone

17 June 2015
This Policy Panel, organised in cooperation with Business for New Europe, is next up on our 2-year series on Britain's relationship with the European Union and the European Court of Human Rights.  More...

Starts: Jun 17, 2015 12:00:00 AM

Forced Marriage: Health, Wellbeing, Community and Law

31 July 2015
Forced marriage is illegal in the UK and has a huge impact on the lives of the people it affects, and yet, little is known about it. This one day workshop will set the scene and explore some of the key questions about forced marriage in regards to culture and honour, the law and police, education and health services.  More...

Starts: Jul 31, 2015 12:00:00 AM

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Opportunity: UCL Public Policy secondment

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UCL Public Policy has established a scheme of part-time secondments for UCL researchers to spend time in Government departments or other policy organizations for a period of 3–6 months.

Media Translation and Accessibility in the EU

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We are pleased to announce that this year long project, funded by the European Institute's Junior Research Forum (JRF), has launched a new website. 

Interview: From Enslavement to Empowerment

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12 October 2014
The Journal Malmoe has interviewed Dr. Nathaniel Coleman (UCL) and Jeanette Ehrmann on the occasion of a recent event with academics and activists on the International Day for Reparations Related to Colonialism. Part of a year-long research project funded by the European Institute, the interview focuses on building a bridge from enslavement to empowerment of African people.

New call for Junior Research Forum

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8 December 2014
We are pleased to announce a new call for proposals for funding. Via our Junior Research Forum we offer funding to UCL postgraduate students, PhD candidates and postdoctoral follows to pursue collaborative projects on Europe and the European Union.

Europe: Six decades of strife and controversy for UK

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17 November 2014
Britain's membership to the EEC was originally motivated by the perceived practical benefits for Britain rather than by a belief in the ideals of a closer political and economic union. Sir Stephen Wall, formerly Chair of the UCL EI Advisory Board and of UCL Council, explains how suspicion and political necessity still underwrite the discourse on EU membership.

PADEMIA workshop in Vienna: Call for Proposals

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15 December 2014
The call for Proposals for the next workshop hosted by PADEMIA is now out. The topic of the latest workshop to be held in Vienna, is ‘Rethinking Representation? The Changing Environment for Parliamentary Democracy’.

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